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Third Announcement of the International Mathematica Symposium 2006

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  • Subject: [mg64959] Third Announcement of the International Mathematica Symposium 2006
  • From: "Bruno Autin" <Bruno.Autin at cern.ch>
  • Date: Fri, 10 Mar 2006 05:14:50 -0500 (EST)
  • Sender: owner-wri-mathgroup at wolfram.com

The Internationational Mathematica Symposium will be held this year on 
June 19-23 in the Palais des Papes, Avignon (France). Its organisation 
is progressing well.

1. 100 papers about have been submitted,
2. Web site http://www.ims06.org/ is now fully operational and will 
keep developing to incorporate all new information
3. Distinguished speakers have already accepted our invitation: Michael 
Berry (Bristol University), John Sullivan (TU Berlin), John Jowett 
(CERN, Geneva) and others may join.
4. Discussion panels are taking shape, they are our window on the 
outside world and three subjects are in preparation: "Education", "Art, 
Architecture and Games" and "Users Groups", others can still be added 
and we expect a strong feedback to make these discussions really 
profitable and to elaborate interesting projects.

I urge you to register and reserve your hotel very soon. The 
registration fees are 400 Euros until March 23, they will raise to 500 
Euros after that date. Hotels have been reserved with a preferential 
price until the same date.

I look forward to welcoming you in Provence,

Bruno Autin
Chair of IMS06

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International Mathematica Symposium 06
19 - 23 Juin 2006
Palais des Papes d'Avignon
http://www.ims06.org/
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